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Remote Places


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    It All Comes Back to You
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    Stop the Sunrise
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    Over My Head
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    There's Nothing for Us Here
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    Places You Go
Most notable for his work in Pink Skull, Geller co-founded the group in 2004 with Julian Grefe. What started out as a glitchy lo-fi house sound, later turned into electro house, and then morphed into a five-piece live psychedelic/krautrock indie dance band in the vein of the early DFA sound.
Pink Skull released a few LP’s on RVNG Intl and remixed a number of singles for acts like HEALTH, Bear in Heaven, Architecture in Helsinki and Kasper Bjørke. Pink Skull DJ’ed in spaces like The Guggenheim and MOMA PS1 while the live band trekked around North America and the EU. After working in a duo for most of his life, Geller wanted to release some work in a solo capacity different from Pink Skull. 
Remote Places’ debut EP, “Nights and Weekends”, was co-produced and recorded with Jeff Zeigler (War on Drugs, Kurt Vile, Nothing). Along with Ziegler, Sean McGuinness of Pissed Jeans came aboard to record drums, as well as Grefe (S PRCSS) on guitar, Mikele Edwards (Myrrias) on vocals/piano and Mike Hammel (The Ropers) on bass.  It’s the result of a lifetime of music obsession and a year or so of writing and recording. Mark Robinson of Teen Beat Records and Unrest/Flin Flon was contacted to see if he could help establish a visual direction for the project. Geller’s new sound gives a nod to the past, getting comparisons to classic alternative music like The Cure, New Order and, The Smiths, but also showing similarities to contemporary artists like The National, Washed Out, and Wild Nothing. 


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